Question about Cameras
It uses the common 35mm film, also known as 135. In many stores (other than camera stores) it's the only size you'll see. It can use 12-exposure, 24-exposure, 36-exposure, or other size rolls. Avoid the bulk rolls unless you have a bulk loader. You can use black-and-white or color, print or slide.
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